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SISTER Productions

SISTER Productions

Country : France

Activities : Executive Producer, Co-production

    Company presentation

    SISTER Productions is a production company based in the Aquitaine region. It was founded in 2011 by Julie Paratian and has dedicated itself to documentaries, fictions, and evolving audiovisual creations, with the aim of becoming an active part in the construction of a critical thinking accessible to the great majority of people.
    Julie Paratian and Lucie Corman split their work between Paris and Bordeaux and are currently shooting or developing projects in Georgia, Brazil, and Sri Lanka. They are currently working on a film about diasporas to mark the centenary of the Armenian genocide in 2015, on a movie which is being shot in prison under the supervision of Eve Duchemin, and on another film about the Champs Elysées with actress and director Lucia Sanchez.
    Their commitment to creating projects is coupled with a deep desire to establish good rapport with the different trades of the industry, artists and technicians, in order to revert to a more collaborative model in contrast with the growing division of labor.

    Filmography (11)

    Filmographies (complément international)

    In 2011, after having worked for 10 years at Orange in NYC and Paris and for the organization of several World Social Forums, Julie Paratian creates SISTER productions (an anagram of Resist) with an international, feminist and engaged approach to work and of the world.

    SISTER productions produced around twenty films noticed in major festivals including INTO BATTLE by Ève Duchemin – Magritte for the Best Documentary, THE CHALLAT OF TUNIS by Kaouther Ben Hania (Acid-Cannes 2015), SOUTH TO NORTH by Antoine Boutet (Locarno 2015), and DEMONS IN PARADISE (Cannes 2017) by Jude Ratnam.

    This year the compagny will produce this year Nikos Lâbot’s first feature film HER JOB (a Greek- French co-production with Homemade films), and that will be released by Jour2Fête, Benoît Rossel’s documentary based on Bertrand Burgalat’s book DIABETICALLY YOURS (co-produced with Close Up) and Thomas Lacoste’s documentary, BAKEA, a path to peace (co-produced with Prima Luce). SISTER is also developping Nora Martirosyan’s feature film (Arte International Award, Atelier Cinéfondation Cannes), BLACK GARDEN-BLUE SKIES, and Antoine Boutet’s new projects as well as several first films.

    Her main partners include CNC Fonds Sud/Cinéma du Monde, Media, ARTE, French Regional Funds, Jan Vrijman Fund, ITVS, Doha Film Institute, AFAC, DFI, Procirep.

    She is a member of the Eurodoc and ACE networks, as well as the president of the Cinema du Reel association.


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